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Copyright: yuval naaman (kogawa) Silver Note Writer [C: 0 W: 0 N: 15] (266)
Genre: Animals
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2014-01-27
Categories: Mammals
Exposure: f/6.3, 1/320 seconds
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Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
Date Submitted: 2014-02-19 1:07
Viewed: 1914
Points: 8
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Spider Monkey:
Males sexually mature at the age of 5, while females are mature at 4 years old. They have no regular breeding season (they breed all year round). Gestation lasts for 226 to 232 days and one baby is born at a time with births occurring in 2 to 4 year intervals. The babies are born black colored and do not acquire the adult coloration until they are in the sub-adult stage (after nursing has finished).
The infant is continuously carried by the mother hanging to the motherís ventrum until five months of age. After they tend to be transported in the motherís back, but continue to be nursed by their mother until they are two years old, which is when the sub-adult period starts. Female sub-adults tend to stay with the mother, while male sub-adults do not form prolonged associations with their mothers.

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To oscarromulus: It's better to crop the original photokogawa 1 02-19 06:57
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Hello Yuval,
Another beautiful presentation.Little one looks really cute and adorable.Nice focus on subject with splendid light and details.
Thanks for sharing such pure nature touch,
Regards and have a nice time,

Hi Yuval,
Small one looks great. Very cute.


Hallo Yuval
Great sharpness composition with nice details and beautiful colours
thansk greeting lou

Short notes but to the point. Great stuff.
Sharp and well balanced contrasts making the composition "attractive".
The baby is EXTREMELY well focused.
A workshop may be quite suitable. Here it is.
Best and most kind regards,
Mario from a very cold, COLD country, Canada.

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